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October Studio Spotlight: Studio One

Studio One
From the littlest tutus to the tallest in leotards, each student is given the same attention to develop into the best dancers they can be at Studio One. Training dancers in Saskatoon for over 15 years, the studio focuses on technical and artistic instruction in ballet, tap, jazz, pointe, lyrical, contemporary, hip-hop, and musical theatre.

Students can enroll beginning at the age of three in Tiny Tots classes and can progress from primary to advanced levels in Ballet, Tap, and Jazz. At around age 11 with a stronger technical foundation, students can venture off into Lyrical, Contemporary and Pointe work. The studio also offers retired dancers a senior class to maintain technique and fitness.

Studio One has eight instructors and a musician to play live music in ballet classes. Teachers follow CDTA tap and jazz, and Cecchetti ballet syllabus but also incorporate their own creative influences to make a truly dynamic experience for the students through stretching, progressions, and combinations.

“I am always excited to work with the students and bring out their inner performer,” says Jacqueline Conway, a dance instructor at Studio One. “Watching the students grow and reach their potential is just one of many small enjoyments of what I do.”

The studio is gearing up for their busy season having already performed in this fall’s Culture Days flash mob and prepping for the Women’s Networking Vacation Dinner and the Two-Twenty Grand Opening showcase. Meanwhile, studio owner and director Tammy Tropeau will also be choreographing a piece for a special performance of the Nutcracker during the holiday season.

Starting in November, teachers will be busy choreographing groups, solos and duets in preparation for the North Battleford Dance Competition and The Performer (competition in Saskatoon). When summer rolls around, elementary and advanced students will have the chance to compete internationally at the Tremaine Dance Convention in Las Vegas.

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